Dating and Relationships
We're Here to Help
We walk alongside students navigating various relational phases in college including singlehood, dating, engagement, & marriage.
If you’re single, learn how to surround yourself with people who challenge you and recognize your full potential, invest deeply in your friendships, and intentionally explore the God-given purpose for your life.
Explore the three key values of romantic relationships—purpose, healing, and oneness—and learn how navigate through questions like: How does our relationship affect who we’re becoming as individuals? How do our spiritual lives affect our life as a couple?Discover more
Prepare for marriage by 1) building your communication skills, 2) confront issues, 3) plan for the future, 4) discover new things about yourselves, and 5) gain wisdom from another couple who has been married for a while. Register for our annual pre-martial counseling weekend: Engaged Encounter.Register Here
A New Way to Date
Engage in live face-to-face conversations with real people who share your values.
Recover From Addictions
If you would like to access accountability software such as Covenant Eyes at a discounted rate, please contact email@example.com.
Protect Yourself & Others
Dorm Week of Prayer, 2021
Euwayne and Anna Bennett talk about how to healthy boundaries in friendships promote thriving relationships instead of “blurred lines.”
Professor Rick Norskov shares a variety of tools, including friendships, for understanding your vocational calling more clearly.
Professor Matt Tolbert takes a spiritual and psychological dive into the importance of how you view your identity.
Dr. Allen & Nicole Parker share a spiritual approach to understanding and dealing with your baggage to limit its impact on your relationships.
Pastor Anna Bennett shares how to be rooted in Jesus through personal worship.
We're Engaged! Now What?
Regardless of whatever relational phase you are experiencing currently, make friends and experience meaningful relationships today.
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